Elinor B. Bachrach, who has served as one of New York City's chief fiscal monitors for the past nine years, has resigned as deputy state comptroller to take a post with the International Monetary Fund.

Bachrach, whose resignation is effective Dec. 31, said she was leaving for "personal reasons." She has served as deputy comptroller for New York City since 1983, one of seven deputies under state Comptroller Edward V. Regan.

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